Electronics Reliability Using Ansys Sherlock
About this Webinar
Reliability is the measure of a product’s ability to perform specified functions in the customer environment over the desired lifetime. Reliability must be designed-in. Traditional approaches to design for reliability in the automotive world, such as empirical predictions like MIL-HDBK-2.17F, industry specifications and “test-in” reliability all have significant limitations.
The best way to ensure automotive electronics design for reliability is by taking the Physics of Failure (PoF) approach, which uses science (physics, chemistry, etc.) to capture an understanding of failure mechanisms and evaluates useful life under actual operating conditions. The four key processes in this methodology are design capture, lifecycle characterization, load transformation and durability simulation reliability analysis and risk assessment.
This webinar explores Ansys Sherlock automated design analysis software, the only reliability physics-based electronics design software that provides fast and accurate life predictions for electronic hardware at the component, board and system level in early design stages to ensure that your electronics designs will work as designed for the desired lifetime of the product.
What You Will Learn
- Learn Ansys Sherlock’s key features.
- Understand Ansys Sherlock’s unique approach to electronics reliability evaluation.
- Discover capabilities that support system-level electronics reliability studies.
Speaker: Viswanath Yakkala